How do you handle changes in Swift as you continue to learn how to develop IOS apps?
It is very disappointing that many new IOS developers face this issue. Apple is regularly changing rapidly.
The Swift programming language is innovative, safe, and young. So, how do you stay updated with the latest information and avoid being left behind with the most recent developments?
Starters in IOS development tend to depend on Stack Overflow to find help with programming problems. In fact, many programmers tend to check on the Swift syntax on the Stack-overflow. These developers cut-and-paste the code into Xcode.
Perhaps when Swift 3.0 was out, the code that you copied from Stack-overflow wouldn’t work, and the reason is that it was written in Swift 2.1. In other words, your Xcode required Swift 3.0, and so, you got struck rewriting parts of the code to the newer version. And this sucks.
To help you stay updated with the latest changes in Swift programming, this audiobook will guide you through some of the recent updates released in Swift. Whether you are a starter to IOS development, or you want to stay updated with the current changes in Swift programming language, this book will help you learn important concepts that you need to stay familiar with.
When you learn a new concept, you must have a “hook” to link new information onto. This is the way our brains work. When you don’t have this hook, you are less likely to understand anything that you try to learn.